George Saintsbury was one of the most influential literary critics and historians of his time. This comprehensive collection brings together some of his most important essays and papers from the period 1875-1920, covering topics as diverse as poetry, drama, fiction, and literary theory. Whether you are a student of literature, a fan of Saintsbury's work, or simply someone who loves to read and learn, this book is an essential addition to your library.
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